During the colder months it’s important to remember those less fortunate, and to give what we can to make their lives a little easier. We are honored to organize a collection and distribution of food to those in need and urge everyone to donate whatever amount they can. Even a small donation means a lot to a family with less. Collections will be delivered to a local Food Pantry in November.
We hope you’ll join us in helping out our community who could really use some extra support during this season.
Children Who Give:
Experience reflection, which brings lifelong benefits by building compassion, leadership and critical thinking.
In knowing that a kid can make a difference, their work is valued by others, and they have something to contribute.
Learning about their community’s needs and specific topics (e.g. environment, hunger)
Compassion for others by gaining empathy for those less fortunate and through sharing and the realization they have something to share.
They learn to think beyond their own needs and learning generosity.
Children who volunteer when they’re young will continue to volunteer as adults.
Young volunteers learn about their community and how they can have an impact on it: They can make a difference!